Responsible for media, crisis management and telecommunications. He is a former investigative journalist of "Gazeta Wyborcza" daily, co-author of famous articles: "Korupcja w policji poznańskiej" (Corruption in Poznań Police), "Państwo Elektromis" (Elektromis State). The author of "WIRR-ówka", the first text in Poland to uncover the manipulations in stock exchange quotations. Editor of the television programme "Tok Szok" by Jacek Żakowski and Piotr Najsztub. Radio journalist in one of the first private radio stations, "Radio S" based in Poznań, and war reporter (former Yugoslavia and Chechnya). Winner of the First Award of the Polish Journalists' Association for "Korupcja w policji poznańskiej", the Second B. Prus Award, and "Złota Kobra" (The Golden Cobra) Award at the Media Festival in Łódz.
Responsible for crude oil and gas sector, telecommunications and new technologies. Graduate of Faculty of Journalism and Political Science at Warsaw University, of Executive MBA at Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and of the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM). Former journalist of "Rzeczpospolita", "Życie" dailies and of the Polish information and discussion TV program "Puls Dnia" ("Pulse of the day") in TVP. Author of publications mostly on the links between business and politics. Winner of the Main Award of Polish Journalists Association, the Main Award of Poland's Prime Minister and several other distinctions. After 2000, consultant at the Ministry of Treasury, former member of the Supervisory Board of Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo S.A. (Polish Oil and Gas Company) as well as TP Internet Ltd.